Aviall Product Catalog And Source Book Page 1065 Aircraft Lighting

LAMPS GE LIGHTING LAMPS aviall ability aviall.com 1065 Miniature Lamp Specifications 1 CAUTION: This halogen-cycle lamp is pressurized and may shatter. Do not operate lamp in excess of rated voltage as this will increase lamp pressure and the risk of shattering. Protect lamp against abrasions and scratches and against liquids when lamp is operating. To guard against personal injury, wear protective eyeglasses and clothing when handling lamp. Provide protective screen or shield with equipment in which lamp is installed or used. Turn power off when installing and before removing lamp. Dispose of lamp with care. Because of heat generated by lamp, use only with sockets and housing designed to withstand the lamp's high operating temperatures. Do not operate in proximity to substances or materials that are flammable or adversely affected by heat or drying. Allow lamp to cool before removing. If further processing of the leads, such as bending, welding, crimping, etc., is required, care must be taken to assure that the lamp seal area is not strained, cracked, chipped, or otherwise damaged, or pre- mature lamp failure may occur. For satisfactory performance: (1) limit seal and outer lead wire temperature to 350 C or lead wire deterioration may occur; (2) maintain a minimum bulb wall temperature of 250 C for operation of the halo- gen cycle; (3) operate at design volts. 2 Estimated. Based on limited test information. 3 CAUTION: This halogen-cycle bulb could shatter if scratched or damaged. Use appropriate protection for eyes and exposed skin when handling, using or disposing. Use in fixtures designed for the high temperature required for prop- er operation and that offer protection in case the bulb shatters. Turn power off when changing lamps. Allow lamp to cool before removal. For satisfactory performance: (1) limit seal and outer lead wire temperature to 350 C or lead wire deterioration may occur; (2) maintain a minimum bulb wall temperature of 250 C for operation of the halogen cycle; (3) remove fingerprints from bulb by cleaning with a grease-free solvent; (4) operate at design volts. T-3 Bulb 3 /8" (9.5 mm) Diameter Design Rated Part Primary Design Watts Average Fig. No. Application Volts or Amps Base Lab Life No. 1962B Special service - quartz bulb, 8.5 62 W Wire terminal 50 hrs. 60 9" insulated leads horizontal, halogen 3 1962BG Aircraft - quartz bulb, halogen 3 8.5 62 W Wire terminal down 50 hrs. - 1962DX Special service - quartz bulb, 4" bare leads down, halogen 3 8.5 62 W Wire terminal 150 hrs. 60 1962DZ Special service - quartz bulb, 8.5 62 W Wire terminal 150 hrs. 60 12" insulated leads down, halogen 3 1978X Aircraft navigation - quartz bulb, 10.0 100 W Special 2,000 hrs. 62 halogen 3 1988 Aircraft gunsight - quartz bulb, 10.0 100 W Special, wire leads 2,000 hrs. - halogen 3 1968 Aircraft gunsight - quartz bulb, 28.0 25 W Double slide 500 hrs. 61 halogen 3 1982 Aircraft navigation - quartz bulb, 28.0 75 W S.C. bayonet 1,000 hrs. 68 halogen 3 1982SP Aircraft - quartz bulb, halogen 3 28.0 75 W S.C. bayonet 2,000 hrs. - 1970 Aircraft - quartz bulb, halogen 3 28.0 100 W Special sleeve 1,000 hrs. 66 1970X Aircraft - quartz bulb, halogen 3 28.0 100 W Special sleeve 1,000 hrs. 2 66 2556 Aircraft - quartz bulb, halogen 3 28.0 200 W Two pin 50 hrs. - 1946 Aircraft - quartz bulb, halogen 3 28.0 250 W Wire terminal 50 hrs. - T-2 1 /4 Bulb 9 /32" (7.5mm) Diameter Design Rated Part Primary Design Watts Average Fig. No. Application Volts or Amps Base Lab Life No. 777 Flashlight, halogen 1 4.0 1.20 A G-4 two pin (124) 275 hrs. 54 767 Instrument, halogen 1 6.0 2.00 A Miniature bayonet 50 hrs. 2 786 Emergency lighting, halogen 1 6.0 2.00 A G-4 two pin (124) 50 hrs. 54 T-2 1 /4" (Fig. 54) T-3 (Fig. 60) T-3 (Fig. 61) T-3 (Fig. 68) T-3 (Fig. 66) T-3 (Fig. 62)

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